Princess Beatrice of York, eldest daughter of Prince Andrew, 62, baptized her daughter, Sienna Mapelli Mozzi, on Friday April 29. An event that took place in the greatest secrecy at the chapel of St James’s Palace, in London. Only a handful of people close to the family were invited to this event. This event on the sly is therefore a recurrence coming from Princess Beatrice of York. Recall that the wedding of Princess Beatrice, 33, and the aristocrat, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, 38, in 2020 also took place in the greatest secrecy.

The wedding was originally scheduled for May 2020. It was supposed to be the biggest royal event of the year 2020. Only, because of the pandemic, all the royal couple’s plans have changed. Indeed, instead of the ceremony planned at the chapel of St James’s Palace, in London, the wedding took place at the Chapel of All Saints, in Windsor. Buckingham Palace, incidentally, only announced the wedding to the general public once it was performed on July 17, 2020. Even then, only a handful of people were invited.

Princess Beatrice of York: very few details have been revealed on the baptism of her daughter Sienna

Several British media announced the baptism of Sienna Mapelli Mozzi in London. Only, no details on the event have yet been revealed, according to Hello Magazine. Until then, the guest list for the ceremony is a complete mystery. Only the Duke of York, Prince Andrew, was seen in his Bentley on the day of the christening heading to the palace.

“It is unlikely that Queen Elizabeth II has traveled to London,” explains Royal Histories. Note that the sovereign has only been moving very rarely lately. Also, the parents of Sienna Mapelli Mozzi, born on September 18, 2021, have not shared any photos of her till now. Only the photos taken by the paparazzi let royal fans know what she looks like.

Princess Beatrice of York and her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi © Backgrid UK/ Bestimage

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